|Born||5 July 1985|
Judith Chemla (French: [ʒydit ʃɛmla] ; born 5 July 1985) is a French actress.  
In 2012, Chemla appeared in Camille Rewinds ,  for which she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the 38th César Awards. 
On 10 April 2020, during the coronavirus lockdown, Chemla was one of a handful of people to take part in a Good Friday service led by Michel Aupetit, Archbishop of Paris, in the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris, still being rebuilt after being damaged by fire a year earlier. All wore protective clothing.  Chemla read, and gave an a capella rendition of Ave Maria . 
|Let's Dance||The student||Noémie Lvovsky|
|2008||A Day at the Museum||Rosine Bagnole||Jean-Michel Ribes|
|Le petit chaperon rouge||Delphine||Shinji Aoyama||Short|
|2009||La fenêtre||The woman||Anne-Sophie Rouvillois||Short|
|Suite noire||Mathilde||Claire Devers||TV series (1 episode)|
|2010||The Princess of Montpensier||Catherine de Guise||Bertrand Tavernier|
|De vrais mensonges||Paulette||Pierre Salvadori|
|Je suis un no man's land||Chloé||Thierry Jousse|
|Sur la tête de Bertha Boxcar||The girl||Soufiane Adel & Angela Terrail||Short|
|2011||Les pseudonymes||Isabelle||Nicolas Engel||Short|
|2012||Camille Rewinds||Josepha||Noémie Lvovsky (2)|| Lumières Award for Most Promising Actress |
Nominated – César Award for Best Supporting Actress
|Fuir||Marie Dénilier||Virginia Bach||Short|
|Miroir mon amour||Snow White||Siegrid Alnoy||TV movie|
|Spiral||Sophie Mazerat||Jean-Marc Brondolo, Manuel Boursinhac, ...||TV series (12 episodes)|
|2013||15 jours ailleurs||Hélène||Didier Bivel||TV movie|
Luchon International Film Festival – Best Young Actress
|Le Boeuf clandestin||Roberte||Gérard Jourd'hui||TV movie|
|2014||In the Name of My Daughter||Françoise||André Téchiné|
|Tout est permis||Claire||Émilie Deleuze||TV movie|
|2015||This Summer Feeling||Zoé||Mikhaël Hers|
|2016||A Woman's Life||Jeanne Le Perthuis des Vauds||Stéphane Brizé||Nominated – César Award for Best Actress |
Nominated – Lumières Award for Best Actress
|L'âge de raison||Sophie||Mathilde Petit||Short|
|Guillaume à la dérive||Sylvain Dieuaide||Short|
|2017||C'est la vie !||Héléna||Éric Toledano and Olivier Nakache|
|Drôle de père||Camille||Amélie van Elmbt|
|2021||My Brothers and I|
|The Accusation||Lawyer||Yvan Attal|
|2022||The Sixth Child||Meriem||Léopold Legrand||Nominated – César Award for Best Supporting Actress|
|2008||L'Illusion Comique||Pierre Corneille||Galin Stoev|
|The Misanthrope||Molière||Lukas Hemleb|
|Douce vengeance et autres sketches||Hanoch Levin||Galin Stoev (2)|
|2009||Figaro lässt sich scheiden||Ödön von Horváth||Jacques Lassalle|
|Sik-sik, l'artefice magico||Eduardo De Filippo||Dan Jemmett|
|2010||Tue-Tête||Judith Chemla||Judith Chemla|
|2010–11||The Sweet Hereafter||Russell Banks||Emmanuel Meirieu|
|2011||Le Babil des classes dangereuses||Valère Novarina||Denis Podalydès|
|2011–12||L’Entêtement||Rafael Spregelburd||Marcial Di Fonzo Bo & Élise Vigier|
|2013||Le crocodile trompeur/Didon et Enée||Samuel Achache & Jeanne Candel||Samuel Achache & Jeanne Candel|
|2014||The Annunciation of Marie||Paul Claudel||Yves Beaunesne|
|2016||Traviata, vous méritez un avenir meilleur||Benjamin Lazar||Benjamin Lazar|
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